The aroma of freshly brewed coffee has a revitalizing effect on the mind and body. Everybody likes to enjoy their little cup of this magical beverage, based on mood and timing — some like their “morning cup of coffee” while others enjoy it on random occasions, complemented by a piece of walnut cake or a favorite cookie. A cup of hot coffee and an amazing piece of literature, are the best companions for a rainy day.
Be it in any part of the world, coffeehouses seem to be ubiquitous structures fitted between the array of shops lined in a high-street. The banners of “Starbucks” and “Costa” have become synonymous with the picture of global coffeehouses to be found all the way from city centers to International airports. And mind you! the chains of these coffeehouses make a turnover in billions per year. Thanks to the loyal coffee drinkers!
Well! Have you ever thought of it, as to who discovered these amazing little beans, of a beverage adored by the contemporary world?. If you think it was the Europeans who introduced this invigorating drink to the world, then you are for sure mistaken.